Luna Park St Kilda
Where are we going today?
When you see that giant smile, you know that it must be Luna Park!
Luna Park in St. Kilda has been giving families those great times out for over 100 years, and it's still bursting with just enough excitement and fun for ALL ages!
There are rides and attractions to suit the most brave, and then those who prefer to take things a little easier on the twists and turns.
Get those sea legs ready on the Twin Dragon, where this giant pirate ship swings high about the choppy sea below. Get spun into orbit with the Enterprise, where gravity shifts and your world will really spin!
More impressive than the Pyramids, the Pharoah's Curse lets you experience Port Phillip Bay - upside down! You'll be flung high into the air, then vertically loop in an axis of terror...you've been warned! Of course, it might not be so bad if you've just dropped from 4 stories in the air in the Coney Island Top Drop free fall ride. Bounce and drop...bounce and drop!
If you are one of those family members who love the more gentle rides, Luna Park St. Kilda has plenty of those for you too. You can enjoy the classic moves of the carousel, or take in the view from the huge Ferris Wheel.
Kids can fly with the Red Baron, or have some fun on the Silly Serpent.
Always keep an eye out for those fun special events across the park too! They have Christmas galas, Halloween spooks, and school holiday fun!
Great, classic family fun in St. Kilda with Luna Park - don't forget to SMILE!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$49.50 unlimited rides (over 13 years)
- Children$16.50 (under 3), $39.50 (4 to 12 yrs) unlimited rides
When can we go?
7am or 11am open. 5pm to 11pm close. Varies.
All year round, Closed Christmas Day
Luna Park Melbourne LOVES schools! That's why they have fun and educational activities for students to enjoy all year round! From insightful VCE Physics days to their end of year School Activity Week celebrations: Luna Park is the ultimate destination for your next school event! .
There are food outlets that you can pick up some tasty snacks at to fill those tummies .
You can bring your own food and enjoy it at the picnic tables if you like! There are no BBQ facilities though.
Any Top Tips?
If you get there early, start at the back and work your way to the front to avoid the queues!.
Doing our bit
They love keeping you safe, so there is a first aid area, as well as height restrictions on some rides so you can enjoy the ones that are appropriate for you!.
Need a little extra help?
They have disabled toilets, and when you arrive speak to staff about the best rides for your disability or needs.
There are baby change areas for you.
Can I get one of those?
There is plenty of Luna Park merchandise available for purchase to remember you day by. It is located just inside the entrance to the Park..
Pick up a photo of your family screaming on the Ghost Train and Scenic Railway: a memory that will keep you laughing for years to come..
What people are saying?
by Lawrence Chan
It was fun to walk through and finally visit Luna Park! There are lots of children there and many rides to enjoy. The rides aren't all just kiddy rides, either. There are a good number of thrill rides for adults. It's fun to watch people on the scary rides if you're too scared to go on them yourself. I also enjoyed the midway games.
by Pergrin Pervez
As an amusement park, Luna is nothing to rave about. As something different to do on a Sunday afternoon, it's not a bad place to go to. The rides are a bit outdated and not altogether thrilling. However, you can still get that summer time feeling by enjoying the funnel cakes, corn dogs, and pina coladas available at the countless shops that line the board walk and the park. Don't but the unlimited pass, or any pass for that matter. They don't save you money and there are restrictions as to which rides or outlet will accept them. It's much better...Read More
by Jake Morgan
To have a real fun and feel like a kid again, you should definitely visit Luna Park amusement park. I know I did. I spend the best day there with my fiancé trying almost everything in there. The place is great, the seats in all swings are well protected, and the staff is so nice and friendly. The food is also good and the prices were lower than I expected.
by Ines S
I went with my fiance. He liked most of the rides except the cyclone. He found the cyclone rough and kind if boring.
I enjoyed watching my fiance having fun. This is a good family fun experience.
by Amilcar Jones
one of the best amusement parks in nyc.rides are varied and offer thrills for all.check out thunderbolt,cyclone and air ride for an adrenaline rush unlike any other
by Pergrin Pervez
As an amusement park, Luna is nothing to rave about. As something different to do on a Sunday afternoon, it's not a bad place to go to. The rides are a bit outdated and not altogether thrilling. However, you can still get that summer time feeling by enjoying the funnel cakes, corn dogs, and pina coladas available at the countless shops that line the board walk and the park. Don't but the unlimited pass, or any pass for that matter. They don't save you money and there are restrictions as to which rides or outlet will accept them. It's much better to pay for each ride individually. There are also some "free" games available. They let you win a few rounds but just as you're starting to enjoy it, you end up losing and you'll have to pay to continue.